Skip to main content

About your Search

English 41
Search Results 0 to 40 of about 41 (some duplicates have been removed)
in new york. we've got mooks here in burbank. we've got a full show today. hello, jim you walked in. >> hello. >> give him a minute to get organized. never mind the live radio tv thing happening. >> jim is joining you for the show? >> how gallant? >> we had headphones in the studio. >> look at that. somebody else's fault. >> but we got rude pundit coming up this hour and right now we've got news with jacki schechner. >> i do it all. look at that. good morning everybody. president obama, vice president biden meeting today with law enforcement officials from three communities rocked by gun violence. new tossen police chief michael kehoe along with his counter parts from aurora, colorado and oak creek wisconsin where a gunman killed six people and wounded four others at a sikh temple in august. u.s. attorney general eric holder and homeland security secretary janet napolitano will be sitting in as they have in many of the meetings that vice president biden had been holding along the way. also representatives from the major city's chiefs and major sheriff's associations. s the conversat
. major chafing on the hump days with hal. chris and jim will be with us. chris will be scrolling through adult sites the entire show as normal. >> get a load of that. whoa! >> hal: now let's go to the news with jacki schechner. on that note. >> good morning. secretary of state clinton will testify today before the senate foreign relations committee about the september 11th attack on our consulate in benghazi that killed cons late chris stevens and three other americans. senator rubio will be among those questioning her. and any exchange between the two could make for an interesting dynamic. senator rubio is among the contenders for a 2016 white house bid. secretary clinton is a favorite on the democratic side. blame was laid on the state department for systemic failures and deficiencies in management that resulted in grossly inadequate protections for our facilities abroad. secretary clinton already has taken responsibility for the department she oversees and democrats on the committee say the goal now is to figure out how best to protect our diplomatic outposts. also on the house side,
. what kind of relationship does he have with the governor? >> jim gets along with everybody in sacramento. that's one of the reasons why he's sort of an ideal chairman. he is a realist. he wants to get moderates into the party. he's not just -- he's not somebody who's just in the base sort of talk to himself. he's sick of the circular firing squad. so i think jim brolty is sort of kind of old-fashioned politics that we all now talk about that's so great. >> republican party is in the cellar in california, lowest level ever, 30% of the voters. this is a huge job for anybody. a lot of people feel if anybody can do it, jim can. he has lot of respect, a lot of contacts and donors. >> the chairmanship gets filled in march. thank you both for joining us. great to have you on the show. carla marinucci and debra saunders. that's all for tonight. visit us at for past episodes and segments, to subscribe to our pod cast and to share your story ideas. thanks for watching. good night. >> the following kqed production was produced in high definition. [ theme music plays
the range we are seeing at this anything ration. >> carters would like that. >> hold on. jim acosta is joining us. tell our viewers where you are. >> reporter: we are at the east front of the cap tomorrow. the president's limo has turned in to the carriage side. it is sort of difficult to figure this out because, as you might imagine the president's motorcade has a mum of limb zeens and number of armored vehicles around it. so -- part of that for security reasons, of course. we were told by our senate producer ted barrett earlier this morning, the vice president is being accompanied by lamar alexand alexander, republican senator from tennessee. chuck schumer is with the president. they will be heading in shortly. just a few moments. called the carriage house entrance, of course, because actual horse and carriages used to come through the entrance. >> the chief justice of the united states, john roberts, was just introduced. he is there. the first lady of the united states. she has just arrived as well. she's now inside the capitol. dana bash, yeah, you are inside the capitol. where'
said if my aunt had a [ censor bleep ] she would be my uncle. jim here is a fun fact for you. >> yes? >> stephanie: the historic warner theater. and i was reading kirk douglas' book on the plane, and spartacus opened at the warner theater. >> oh wow. >> kind of a random book to read on a plane. >> stephanie: listen kirk douglas watches and think i'm [ inaudible ]. >> okay. >> stephanie: and he signed the book to me and he said -- >> i'm spartacus. >> stephanie: he thinks i'm beautiful and then when david told him i'm gay he said what! [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: he signed my book to a beautiful girl who is also smart. >> okay. >> stephanie: i think it was one anecdote about the warner theater. >> very cool. >> stephanie: also here is another fun fact. alan grayson who was our celebrity on panel. he got a standing ovation for walking and sitting when he was in the theater, so did jfk. and the guy he was with said they are applauding you even in the dark. >> amazing. that charisma just glows in the dark. >> stephanie: exactly. he was presidential glow stick
, there was the defining event and that was iraq's incursion into kuwait. we saw the global presidents put together by jim baker and george h.w. bush nsx 70 hageman of the world's nations. this subset can do that, we have seen a completely different scene and that is what i would describe as the 20 armors and three libraries and they've got about a dozen fires popping up here in different parts of the world. and oliver sudden, you have people who don't have -- a lot of people in congress who don't have the previous reference has basically come to the conclusion that the world is change and they really can't afford, nor do we have the public support for global engagement. when you go back home intact to people back home, it literally is like saying you need to diet and lose a lot of weight and i'll get a haircut or not solve the problem. the amount of foreign aid in person is shrinking to the point where it's relatively insignificant compared to the whole. yet the will to support that going forward into the event step out and say well, we are to be more engaged here or we can do more here or these are the
for federal lawmakers. but senator jim demint and several of his colleagues advocating service in the senate be limited to 12 years while lawmakers would only be allowed to serve six years in the house. this is an effort that was put forth two years ago. americans, they say, no real change in washington will never half until we end the era of permanent politicians, demint said in a statement released by his office. as long as members have the chance to spend their lives in washington, their interests will will always skew towards spending taxpayer dollars to buy off special interests covering over corruption in bureaucracy, fundraising, relationship building among lobbyists, and trading favors for pork. in short, amassing their own power. the thoughts of senator jim demint from two years ago. senator demint has retired from the senate and is now running the heritage foundation here in washington, d.c. tom in florida on our line for republicans. you're in favor or opposed to term limits? caller: i'm opposed to it, robb. it just seems the longer these guys stay in office, the more self-empower
of staff and bad. some of the best. jim bakker, ken duberstein, leon panetta in times of trouble. >> howard baker certainly rescuing the ronald reagan second term from don regan, a bad chief of staff by all accounts. what is the pluses and minuses of denis mcdonough. he knows the president so well, and at the same time. >> i think it's indicated in his second term he wants the people who he is closest to to run things. i think that trust and loyalty are two of the big factors here. >> i want to talk to you about your big interview and the republican party coming up with paul ryan on "meet the press." there is breaking news also today. pete williams, the appeals court in d.c., the court right below the supreme court has delivered a big setback to the president on recessed appointments, and these are big recess appointments. sdhoo these are the controversial ones the president made a year ago to richard coregray to run the new consumer protection board and for three people to be on the national labor relations board. all were recess appointments. you may remember this big fight between the pr
-year high. but what's ahead? joining me now is economic policy correspondent for "the washington post," jim tankersley. good morning. >> good morning, chris. >> let's look at what tim geithner did. took a lead on revamping the financial rules. negotiated with congressional leaders on the budget and raising the debt limit. oversaw the t.a.r.p. bailout of companies that included citigroup, general motors. a headline from "the washington post" posts, tim geithner's legacy, an unpopular bailout that helped save the economy. is he leaving a much stronger economy than he came in with? >> well, assuredly, the economy is much better today than it was when tim geithner and barack obama first took office. i think geithner's legacy is in particular going to be linked very much with the financial system. when they came in, we were in this free-fall and the financial crisis and the great recession and geithner really was the head of the administration's efforts to stabilize things. and they did. the system stabilized. we did not have another great depression. and tim geithner gets a lot of credit for th
, they didn't get it. i'm jim cramer. see you tomorrow. >>> dow gained 67 points today. by the way, the transport index, all time high. we must ask, does the latest bad news out of apple's earnings today change anything? . . and then there's this, hillary clinton has an emotional -- >> it's personal. i stood next to president obama as the marines carried those flag-draped caskets off the plane at andrews. . . i put my arms around the mothers and fathers. did we really learn anything new about the death of four brave americans? that's what continues to trouble me. the "kudlow report" begins right now. >>> all right, inside this bullish stock market, two major earnings reports after the bell tonight. first, netflix hugely surprised on the upside sending the stock soaring. and then apple profits beat, but revenues came in light and so did guidance leading to a 10% or $52 drop in the stock. wow. the extended stock market rally continued today. take a look at the gains on the major averages year-to-date. dow up 5.2% already. s&p up 4.8%. i have to believe this massive 16-month stock mar
the that secret g.o.p. strategy dinner in the caucus room with eric cantor, jim demint jon kyl tom coburn, and minister of propaganda frank luntz plot out exactly how they'd sabotage every part of the new president's agenda. well, this year they have not been able to schedule a new meeting and now some of the top dc restaurant are making pitches to host their year's all you can obstruct dinner. the dc tgi fridays is so eagle for book this year's strategy supplier that they'll change their name to thank god it's fridays and by god we mean one nation under god who is the one true god and not allah who is a false godfreys. or the g.o.p. agrees to meet at the dc denny's then for one full month every time a senior orders the grand slam breakfast they'll alet paul ryan come to their table and deny them medicare and then applesbee's wants you to know that for a limited time all chicken hawks get a free plate of chicken wings, and if you might consider meeting at the georgetown chili chili's where the valley pinot poppers are so deliciously undocumented. and hey, for all you southern conservative
-- explanation of the rules of procedure. >> good morning. thank you very, very much, jim. jim has outlined the process of how we will begin. i will start with reminding this body of the specific provisions that are contained in our charter and bylaws that guide the election of offices for the party. after that, my co-chair will come back to the podium and then review with this body what we are specifically recommending to govern these elections today. first, i shall remind this body that the rules of procedures contain the following key provisions. first, that candidates for any dnc office position had to file a nomination statement with the dnc secretary by 8 p.m. sunday, january the 20th, 2012, and that included -- sorry, 2013. that really would have been a problem. >> yeah. [laughter] >> that included signatures of at least 20dnc members. each candidate for chair is entitled to a total of ten minutes for nominating and seconding speeches to be divided among no more than four speakers, all of whom must be dnc members. each candidate for the other officer position shall be entitled to a t
inauguration of barack obama. >> jim angle there on the west side of the capitol. megyn: let's just listen to what is going on. ♪ [music playing] [applause] megyn: i was out on the mall four years ago when all of our presidents were there, including george h.w. bush and george w. bush and i can tell you firsthand that there were several boos in the audience not just for george w. bush, and h.w. bush, but for barbara bush and lawyer a bush. i don't know if we are at less of a divide. president obama will set the tone today. that may be a foreshadowing of things to come as he goes into his second term and they remain at loggerheads. joining us throughout the day brit hume and chris wallace are with us here on the set. let me ask you about that. it was an unfortunate event, the because, i can tell you i heard them and they were loud and it was an unfortunate moment. are we in less of a partisan moment now. >> i don't think so. it goes to one of two pieces of clearly unfish eurbd business frounfinished business, to sue night the count kraoe which has not occurred. we are more divided
of the national anthem. jim acosta is here. there has been confusion all day. what was going on? what do we know as of right now? >> wolf, this was a question on a lot of lips. earlier a spokesman said what americans heard on inauguration day was a prerecording of pop star beyonce singing the national anthem. take a listen. ♪ ♪ o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed >> now, that was a prerecording. that spokesman for the u.s. marine band said beyonce made the recording overnight before the inaugural as a standard protocol, the band says, in case something goes wrong during the actual performance and just before the inauguration ceremony, a decision was made to use that recording instead of the live song. the pop star even posted pictures on her facebook page recording the star-spangled banner but on inauguration day beyonce, quote, did not actually sing. and let's look at another quote from that marine official. we don't know why the decision was made. we wondered the same thing. we don't know. we don't have that graphic available. but a u.s. marine ba
, and actually jim cooper, a blue dog member of the democratic coalition of tennessee introduced this original. that's why they feel if they can hit the 217 number they'll get more democrats to support this. the idea is, once this passes the house, the debt limit would be extended to may 19th and possibly worked on afterwards, but if the senate does not come up with a budget by april 17th, any salaries would go into an escrow account until 2014. it's not really no budget, no pay, it's just no budget, you'll get your money later, because we legally have to give it to you. in the senate, those guys are straight cash. i don't think a lot of them are worrying too much if they lost their government pay. >> luke russert with the phrase of the day, those guys in the senate are straight cash. i have to introduce our friend joining the panel now, fresh from a stalled amtrak train in new jersey, msnbc contributor and "the huffington post" political editor sam stein. >> great to be here. i was loving the amtrak train, but this is better. >> magical place, my friend. >> what were we talking about? >> i'll
presence put together by jim baker and george h. w. bush and the success in the engagement of it. but subsequent to that, we have seen a completely different scene. that is what i would describe as three alarmers and two alarmers. we about a dozen fires popping up here in different parts of the world within all of a sudden you have people who don't have the -- a lot of people in congress who don't have the previous reference have basically come to the conclusion that the world has changed and we can't afford nor do we have the public support for global open gaugement. -- engagement. when you talk to people back home and you say why do we give so much foreign aid? it is literally like saying, you know, you need to diet and lose a lot of weight and you get a haircut and solve the problem. the amount of foreign aid and presence now is shrinking to the point where it's relatively insignificant compared to it. but yet the will to support that going forward and even step out and say well we ought to be more engaged here or do more here or these are the functions that are working. it's
. we need to understand why. martha: yes, we do. jim springer joins us now. >> that's right, this problem did not sneak up on us. a fire was sparked over six years ago that exploded during a test. this was an arizona company called that was a boeing contractor. they make a charter for the 787 boeing plane. during some testing, 60-pound battery life. blew up. there is no doubt that the agency put special conditions on the battery installation of those planes. but as you heard yesterday, the safety systems that boeing put into place to prevent a battery from overheating and catching fire certainly have failed. a serious problem indeed. martha: is there a timeline of when they expect it will be able to get the plane back in the air? >> they did not say how long it would take, but we are talking about months instead of weeks. the least were the planes to fly again. they are courting meeting with japanese officials that are investigating a second overheated battery that forced an emergency landing there. the company that makes the batteries as they are. officials say the batterie
playbook with jim. first, bill karins is here with a check on the forecast. bill. >> mika this crowd, once again, you won't believe how long this line is. so many wonderful people out here. you came all the way from the bahamas, and you did it four years ago too. >> i did it four years ago. >> very impressive. from virginia maryland. you two both work in the navy. you're from? >> california. >> and you're from? >> ohio. i worked on the campaign. >> both times or just the last year? >> just this last year. >> good job. i think it worked. >> a little bit. >> we'll have to work on getting you a better spot in line. let's talk about your forecast as we go throughout this day today for the inauguration. a beautiful weekend here in d.c. temperatures they're not bad. right now we're at 33. windchills in the 20s. it will be similar as we go throughout the noon hour for the swearing in ceremony. the forecast will call for colder temperatures as the day goes on especially later on tonight. maybe a few snow showers or two. tomorrow morning i'll have a jacket, hat, and gloves on. it'll be
a " -- thank you for the call. let me share with you a quote from jim inhofe -- again, that statement issued by oklahoma senator james in half. we will be talking more about it on this sunday with c-span -- on "newsmakers" program. mike from rockville, ky. good morning. -- kentucky. good morning. caller: is just an experiment. once they come back in body bags or maimed, i believe this experiment will be over. this is what it is. host: thank you for the call. secretary panetta said his thinking has devolved as he traveled over the last 18 months, travelling to iraq and afghanistan. he was a former enlisted man himself, 50 years ago, serving for two years as an army intelligence officer. bernard joins us from sarasota, florida. your reaction? caller: i think it is fine to lift the ban on women in combat. we keep going to war, and we keep spending money on wars. as long people foolish not to go to war and kill other people, and that is fine with me. i think it is just dumb. host: this is a quote from staff sargeant stacy spearsall -- next is nick joining us from peoria, illinois. on the indepen
was jim mcgovern, a massachusetts democrat in the house. used to be a staffer himself. that is how he got his start in politics. he remembers what it is like to be on the other end and know hes that staffers do a lot of the work in congress. no member can do it by himself and tends to run a low key office. asks that even interns call him by his first name. for whatever reason not sur are pleasingly, staffers like that and shows in the form of loyalty and he is able to build expertise. he is not having to constantly retrain people. treat the staff well and they stick around and your have expertise. >> shannon: what about the senate? >> the best member of the senate is john thune. both had only one in ten staffers leave every year. compare that to sheila jackson-lee, consistently 54% of her staff walk out every single year. >> shannon: a tough job whether you have a good or bad boss. don't get paid huge bucks. basically working 24/7. want to make sure you have a good boss. folks can read more? >> look up any member of congress at washingtontypes .com/losses. >> shannon: good to see you. pau
because it was an old movie, "titanic". jim cameron went back and released it in 3d all over the world. they didn't see it first time. it was new. and it was "titanic". it was a similar reaction to the rest of the world had the first time which was really surprising to us and to the whole chinese film industry. liz: i remember when "avatar" came out three or four years ago. you and i were sitting in davos and how chinese were scalping imax tickets for 90 you can s just to see this movie. is there behavior still there? is there a premium people will pay in imax and more? >> the good news for the chinese people and us it is not $90 anymore but the average ticket price is north of $15 a ticket. because we have 100 theaters in china right now we have so many more where we're selling those $15 tickets than where we sold the $90 tickets. that was only 13 theaters four years ago. liz: international box-office performance year-over-year was essentially flat. do you think the 2013 film slate, among them, man of steel. you have the next "hunger games" installment, "star trek." will that inspire
, brothers born about a year apart coaching each other-- coaching against each other, i should say. jim harbaugh the 49ers. john harbaugh, the baltimore ravens and 49ers, a favorite. speaking of family reunions, we're celebrating three years, glorious years of "varney & company." my, how time flies. and we have a special mystery guest coming up in our next hour. you can probably guess who it's going to be, but we're not going to give it away. 10:45 eastern, special third anniversary reunion. thanks for the wonderful comments, by the way, that have indeed been pouring into the facebook page and i'm going to give awe couple. kathy writing in to say, where were you-- where were we before you? like that. thank you for coming on fox and making things understandable when it comes to the economy. thank you, we appreciate it. and this from john, i dvr your show every day, like your range of topics and style and we like the company. thank you. and grant, he's made an investment in fox business just for "varney & company." quote, i had to pay $10 per month more for my dish tv service to get fox b
are kind of lost to history. >> jim is live on the mall. >> guesstimate used to be on the east side which is a very cramped space. ronald reger and move it in 1981. it was suggested to him and he thought it was a good idea and some say one of the reasons was he wanted new presidents looked on the national mall where you see all of these crowds and he wanted the president to be able to look at the monuments washington, jefferson, and lincoln. both a message of humility and of inspiration to someone taking the oath of office for president. >> this is now the biden family. the biden brothers who have been a campaign concert with their father the other night when he was at the iowa ball. he said he was proud to be president of the united states meng corrected himself and said he is proud to be vice president of the united states. it is said that he does want to be president and he will throw his hat into the ring as soon as this gets underway. >> there are a couple of people who are likely to throw their hats in the ring, including mrs. clinton. they have used this family bible and all the sw
-nothings or the jim crow or whatever you want to call them, they're always let's have it the way it used to be. it never was for anybody. they always think it was better in the past. they were torys and then know-nothings and then jim crows and the gay front. i think that fight is one of the fastest fights eve ever seen in american history. that fight has moved in my recent lifetime dramatically, and i think what he said there about kids many time to give the poor kids in appalachiana and the poor kids in detroit -- that's what he was talking about -- and the suburban kids living up in newtown, what do you want for those kids? you want to give them economic opportunity, educations. you want to get them away from crime-ridden cities and away from crazy people with guns. you want to do all that. that's a very inclusive hope for everybody. >> it's very inclusive, and if you look at the crowd today, you could just tell it wasn't elite america. it was wage earners. it was the middle class that was out there. it was a minority representation, which was very strong. i'm excited about the tuskegee air
with everyone during the night, in the morning, on the 12th, i spoke with jim -- general dempsey. the two hardest calls i made to -- were obviously to the families. they were extraordinary in their responses and their understanding of the pride we had in both men. and gratitude we had for their service. i would add, mr. chairman, that while this was going on and we were trying to understand it, get on top of it, we were continuing to face protests, demonstrations, violence across the region. there were so many protests happening and fat -- and thousands of people were putting our facilities at risk. we were certainly very determined to do whatever we could about benghazi. we were really -- relieved when we got the last americans out. >> thank you. my time is expired. >> thank you. madam secretary, i agree with you when people go in the field, they do it knowing the risk. one of the untold stories here is the heroic capture nature of what they did to save lives in libya. i also have to say there were systemic deficiencies and i know you know that. i would like to speak to that for a moment
for this the democratically controlled senate. that doesn't mean the thing is going nowhere. when you put together jim messina and david axelrod and stephanie cutter, the people who helped get barack obama elected twice and say now we want this passed which is what's happening, anything can happen. is that a good thing? or not? we're going to have a fair and balanced debate on this legislation and what it would do if passed coming up in just a bit right here. >> an economic recovery has begun. america's possibilities are limitless for we possess all the qualities that this world without boundaries demands. diversity and openness, endless capacity for risk and a gift for reinvention. >> megyn: the president on monday tried it to sound an optimistic tone when it comes to our economy, but after crunching the numbers some economists say we are now in the worst recovery in american history. meantime, the new survey finds that 72% of those polled believe that reducing the budget deficit should be a top priority in this country, and that's a jump of nearly 20 percentage points from just four years ago. and melissa
was his huge exam pain operation. >> turning it into under jim messina? right? a full-time kind of citizens pressure group. >> they tried to do this last time after the '08 election. of course, it was a different thing because then it was what do you do to sort of put something in that you will use for your own reelection. this is different if it takes hold and what's interesting going back to charlotte and the republicans is the republicans are now saying the democrats have sort of a permanent campaign operation. we need to do the same thing. this whole phrase, permanent campaign is joyous to any of us who cover politics and horrifying to anybody else. republicans opened four permanent campaign offices in wisconsin. basically like permanent field offices. >> in wisconsin. >> in wisconsin yeah. there is a little bit of an arms race going on. both sides are trying to, you know, have their own kind of grassroots way of pushing their causes. >> bill: david, give us your take on the new chief of staff announced on friday. >> obama himself said it w
! >> reporter: first, jim harbaugh's 49ers beat them. at one point they trail 17-0 but mounted a record nfc championship comeback with the help of second year quarterback colin kaepernick, a mid-season replacement. >> we're excited for the team and everybody. >> reporter: brother john steered the baltimore ravens through a second year handing the patriots their first ever loss in a championship game at home. 28-13. >> he throws and he's intercepted in the end zone. baltimore is heading to new orleans. >> reporter: ravens' team leader and hall of famer ray lewis will end his 17-year career following the super bowl. >> your retirement is on hold for two more weeks. >> we did it we did it we did it. we're on our way to the super bowl, man. that's awesome. >> reporter: 13 days from now the stage is set not only for the sport's next champion -- >> i don't know if we dreamed this big. we had a few dreams a few fights, a few arguments. >> reporter: but bragging rights for the newest first family. >> i can't wait to be in new orleans. >> i know. it's either the harbowl
of the reasons this organizing for action, jim messina's full-time job is trying to get the union's in line, but it's going to be hard. it's hard on the democratic side. we're not even talking about the difficulty on the republican side getting it through the house. this is a senate democratic problem. >> so the republicans in the house, in effect, could stare at harry reid's senate and say okay, immigration reform, that's great. you guys pass it. >> say bring it. >> yeah, bring it. gun control, great. you guys pass it, we'll look at it. gay marriage, if you want to nationalize it, go ahead. you guys pass it. we'll look -- i mean, they could do this on every one of the president's top priorities. and chances are good the president's top priorities, as stated today, wouldn't pass the democratic senate. >> i think a lot of them would not. >> that's fascinating. jeff, thank you for being here. and know this. this time next year, the university of alabama will have passed your cornhuskers and actually won 4 out of 5 national championships. >> i think you're right. >> i was actually grabbed by a
in today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, james schlesinger, many others have all agreed with that as a goal for the world. it is an aspiration. we should always be aspirational. but it is not something that can happen in today's world nor could any leader today sit here or in any other chair and promote the notion that we should be cutting down our deterrent levels before inadequate levels to maintain deterrence. the military has strong views about what that is. we have cut down some 1500 now. there is talk of going down to a lower number. i think it is possible to get their, if you have commensurate levels of inspections, verification, and guarantees about the capacity of your nuclear stockpile program. i know you are deeply invested in that component. we can get to some of that may be later in the hearing. i believe we have to maintain that. i don't think senator hegel is sitting there or will go to the defense department and be a proponent. this is talking about conflict resolution, changes that have to take place the that the society's -- societies. it is worth aspir
correspondent of "politico," good morning. >> good morning. i actually go for the richard haass six. jim vandehei says six hours is the key to being healthy and wise. >> i tried to crunch the numbers on it, though, because the "playbook" goes out at 6:00 on a saturday morning which means you've been up since 3:00 working on it. so when do you sleep? do you go to bed at 6:00 at night? i don't believe you. >> don't ask too many questions. >> there's going to be a press conference up on capitol hill this morning. a so-called group of eight senators, very high-profile senators, going to unveil a bipartisan immigration reform, at least the outlines of some kind of a plan. take us through it a little bit. >> yeah, willie, this is going to be immigration week, certainly immigration month, maybe immigration year because as joe suggested at "national review" this weekend, i popped in there yesterday with the "national review" institute here in washington. more and more republicans are open to doing something on immigration. so today, these senators, these include some of the biggest players on th
today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, james schlesinger, many others have all agreed with that as a goal for the world. it is an aspiration. we should always be aspirational. but it is not something that can happen in today's world nor could any leader today sit here or in any other chair and promote the notion that we should be cutting down our deterrent levels before inadequate levels to maintain deterrence. the military has strong views about what that is. we have cut down some 1500 now. there is talk of going down to a lower number. i think it is possible to get their, if you have commensurate levels of inspections, verification, and guarantees about the capacity of your nuclear stockpile program. i know you are deeply invested in that component. clicking come to some of that may be later in the hearing. i believe we have to maintain that. -- we can et to some of that may be later in the hearing. i believe we have to maintain that. hegel ishink senator sitting there or will go to the defense department and be a proponent. this is talking about conflict resolution,
in deterrence. i found that hard to think how you get down to a number of today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, i think james lassiter, former former secretary of defense, many others have all agreed with that icicle for the world. it's a goal, an aspiration that we should always be aspirational. but it's not something that can happen in today's world and nor could any leader today sit here or in any other chair and promote to you and ocean we had to cut down our deterrent level below an adequate level to maintain deterrence. we have strong views about what that is. we've cut down some 1500 the talk of going down to a lower number. i think are selling is possible to get better if you have comments or at levels of inspections, verification company guarantees about the capacity of your nuclear stock buyout program, et cetera. senator, i know you're deeply invested in that component of it. we can come to some about leader in the hearing, but i believe we have to maintain that. that's the only way you maintain an effective level of deterrence and the russians certainly think in terms of thei
into the deep segregated south to test those jim crow w laws in the face of progress. much at the risk of not only being jailed but beaten by mobs or in the case of medgar evers, death. really emotional. joan and reginald give their thoughts right here after the inauguration of barack obama. >> what are your thoughts, you were both here. you watched dr. king speak in front of this monument so many years ago and barack obama just inaugurated. >> the magnitude of this event is, in fact, a culmination of a lot of sacrifice, struggle, commitment and devotion to human dignity and worth and to be able to see in my lifetime particularly as an african-american, to see a young man become the 44th president of the united states of america is itself a statement of a miracle or perhaps a dream of so many gone on before who showed us where he stands has a better vision of america that martin luther king talked about as a blessed community. >> well, this picture was taken actually a couple months before barack obama was born and i just can't -- i just can't get over the comparison then and now. reve
Search Results 0 to 40 of about 41 (some duplicates have been removed)